Mark Rosanes

Mark Rosanes

Mark Rosanes is a journalist at Key Media, where he writes news and feature stories for several of the company’s publications, including its real estate, mortgage, legal, insurance and education titles.

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Are condos a good investment in Toronto?

Expert discusses how investors can snap up the best units in the city

Are condos a good investment in Toronto?

What falling lumber prices mean for Canada’s housing market

Benchmark prices are dropping, but will they return to pre-pandemic levels?

What falling lumber prices mean for Canada’s housing market

Revealed – Canada’s most desirable cities for millennials

Find out what draws the country's largest demographic to a city

Revealed – Canada’s most desirable cities for millennials

Can home buyers avoid the mortgage stress test?

OSFI mandates banks to enforce the stress test, but there may be a way to side-step the process

Can home buyers avoid the mortgage stress test?

When is the best time to sell a property in the Greater Toronto Area?

Experts weigh in on the perfect time to list a home in the region

When is the best time to sell a property in the Greater Toronto Area?

What’s driving up real estate prices in Toronto?

One expert says house prices have risen three-fold in the past decade

What’s driving up real estate prices in Toronto?

Ten Canadian alternative lenders to watch out for in 2021

Find out how these start-ups are reshaping the lending industry

Ten Canadian alternative lenders to watch out for in 2021

Is COVID-19 pushing Canadians away from the big cities?

Population shift has accelerated since the onset of the pandemic

Is COVID-19 pushing Canadians away from the big cities?

BoC initiative aims to ensure banks' resilience in face of climate change

Banking giants RBC and TD Bank are set to take part in the project

BoC initiative aims to ensure banks' resilience in face of climate change

CMHC commits additional $100bn to Insured Mortgage Purchase Program

The agency expands its mortgage-buying program from the initial $50bn

CMHC commits additional $100bn to Insured Mortgage Purchase Program